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Membership is one of the most rewarding ways to experience Oneida County's past, present, and future.
Home Sweet Home: Utica’s Garden Neighborhoods, 1913-1929 explores the history of the South Utica neighborhoods designed by the Olmsted Brothers. This exhibit was created and installed by local architect Michael Lehman and former Oneida County Historian Virginia Kelly. The exhibit is scheduled to close on June 30, 2018. Join us to celebrate Utica’s architectural masterpiece one last time during the exhibit’s final days.
Discover the impact of the Great War on Oneida County and the region's role in this international battle. Opening August 2018.
13th annual ochc telethon raises over $24,000!
Our selfie scavenger hunt returns this August! Explore Mohawk Valley history through this interactive, county-wide scavenger hunt. Grab your camera to learn about the people, places, and events that shaped Oneida County and your community. Clue sheet and instructions coming soon!
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HISTORICAL SELFIE SCAVENGER HUNT
AUGUST 1st - 31st, 2018
World War I Exhibit Coming Summer 2018
The Oneida County History Center raised over $24,000 during our 13th annual telethon held on Tuesday, April 3, 2018 from 6:30-8:00 pm. The telethon was broadcast live on WUTR-TV from the history center’s main gallery and encouraged community members and organizations to call in and pledge. Thank you to the many individuals and organizations who showed their support.
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Over 75 individuals joined together May 18-20 to celebrate the role of women in local history and promote women's issues in the greater Mohawk Valley. Speakers included experts in women’s studies and history, and community leaders that are currently shaping the Mohawk Valley. Speaker bios available on www.womeninthemohawkvalley.com
Home Sweet Home Closes June 30, 2018